Johnny Reynolds has been spending a chunk of his paycheck at Lululemon lately. Not for the gym, but in preparation for his return to the office. The 27-year-old public relations professional from the Philadelphia area expects to rejoin his colleagues after Labor Day. Instead of heading to the suit section of the closest department store, he’s filling his new wardrobe with Lululemon garb. “They have button-down shirts, blazers, polos – basically a full wardrobe of comfortable, professional-looking attire,” Reynolds said. “I don’t envision ever wearing a suit to a meeting again.” As Americans slowly return to the office, many are adopting a style similar to Reynolds’ that’s increasingly being called “workleisure” — a more put-together version of the athleisure apparel many already sport from the gym to the grocery store. Read more at CNBC.